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UML generalization arrow not rendered properly in SVG

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  • Hello,

    I was able to reproduce the issue from scratch in Visio 2010 (and 2007 as well). Our product group is aware of this issue and currently investigating further. There is no ETA available at this point around potential solution/fix.

    Meanwhile, you can try following steps to workaround the issue:

    1. Right click one of the Generalization Shape in your drawing.
    2. On the context menu, click Format, and then then click Line.
    3. The Begin: arrow type should be set to "Generalization Arrow". Select different arrow type from Begin: drop down menu and then change it back to "Generalization Arrow". 
    4. Click Ok to close the Line dialog window.
    5. Repeat the steps mentioned above to other Generalization Shapes on the drawing. (Alternatively, you can fix one of the Generalization Shape and duplicate it to use it in other part of the drawing (or) you can add one of the fixed Generalization Shape to a stencil for quick reuse)
    6. Save the drawing as SVG.


    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Sekar

    lundi 25 février 2013 22:16
    Modérateur
  • Thanks, your workaround works fine.

    -Gerd

    • Marqué comme réponse gerdwagner mercredi 27 février 2013 20:57
    mercredi 27 février 2013 20:56

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  • Hi,

    Do you see arrowhead missing for both inheritance & composition or only composition?

    Thanks

    vendredi 22 février 2013 13:56
  • Hello,

    I was able to reproduce the issue from scratch in Visio 2010 (and 2007 as well). Our product group is aware of this issue and currently investigating further. There is no ETA available at this point around potential solution/fix.

    Meanwhile, you can try following steps to workaround the issue:

    1. Right click one of the Generalization Shape in your drawing.
    2. On the context menu, click Format, and then then click Line.
    3. The Begin: arrow type should be set to "Generalization Arrow". Select different arrow type from Begin: drop down menu and then change it back to "Generalization Arrow". 
    4. Click Ok to close the Line dialog window.
    5. Repeat the steps mentioned above to other Generalization Shapes on the drawing. (Alternatively, you can fix one of the Generalization Shape and duplicate it to use it in other part of the drawing (or) you can add one of the fixed Generalization Shape to a stencil for quick reuse)
    6. Save the drawing as SVG.


    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Sekar

    lundi 25 février 2013 22:16
    Modérateur
  • Thanks, your workaround works fine.

    -Gerd

    • Marqué comme réponse gerdwagner mercredi 27 février 2013 20:57
    mercredi 27 février 2013 20:56